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  1. Pembroke table

    Made out of walnut with the secondary wood of poplar. Stringing and bell flowers done with holly. Drawer front is ribbon stripe mahogany and ambonya burl. Finish is Waterlox. Thanks for having look!
  2. Toboggan

    I was ask to make this for a Christmas display for the Wichita Historical Museum. Its 16" wide and 66" long. Made out of Quarter sawn Ash and English Brown Oak. The runners are bent laminations. They are made out of 8 pcs. each, 2 ash and 6 English brown oak. Used West Systems epoxy for all the...
  3. Bar

    Finished this up a few weeks ago. It stands 42" high x 26" deep x 72" long. Made out of white oak with an interior of UV maple classic core plywood. It will be getting a custom made copper top with a sink in the left end. Finish is a number of different things. Its been wire brushed and...
  4. Bow Front Vanity

    Here's a double bow front vanity divided a flat bank of drawers. The radius is 30" diameter. Constructed out of hard maple with UV maple interiors. Under mount blum motion slides. Finish is paint and glaze and a top coat. Thanks for looking!
  5. Traveling Work Bench

    This is the bench that I posted a while back. I've had numerous request to do some traveling demonstrations, so I made this knock down stand to set the bench on. Its made out of white oak as well with waterlox as the finish. It breaks down into three pieces and can be easily loaded to hit the...
  6. Great Hall Cabinets

    Here's two cabinets out of African Mahogany and Veneers. The lower doors are crotch mahogany the inlays on the cabinets include; curly satinwood, ebony, tulipwood and maple. There is a total of 21 pull out trays behind the lower doors. The galss doors have hand made restoration glass, there are...
  7. Joinery
    I have a really cheap HF dovetail jig that I've gotten to work fairly well with trial and error. I don't do enough dovetails to justify an expensive jig. I'm curious if anyone has experience with one of these older omnijigs. The biggest downside to my HF jig is that it is not very precise, so...
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